James Gardner, head of Innovation and Research at Lloyds TSB in London, blogs about a new book he's writing titled "Innovation and the Future Proof Bank". He says "the end result will be a book that senior managers can use to help them establish an innovation function."
Gardner is looking for input from active practitioners - specifically "case studies around innovation processes, specific results of that process, people and leadership, governance or anything else that might be useful guidance to anyone starting their innovation journey." He's also looking for stories of things that went wrong. I'm sure he'd welcome hearing from you. Contact him via email - at the address listed at the bottom of his post. (Yesterday, I was reading a great new book about Pixar - and loved this quote from Joseph Schumpeter: "Successful innovation is a feat not of intellect, but of will." Oh so true!)